B.o.B Mixtapes

  • No Genre: The Label
    No Genre: The Label
    Last year, B.o.B dropped off the sequel to his highly acclaimed tape No Genre, and shortly after, announced the formation of a new record label by the same name. After introducing us to a few of his signees in the "Fleek" video last month, Bobby Ray now drops off a new mixtape that showcases his label's roster.
  • New Black
    New Black
    B.o.B has kept himself extremely busy since breaking through in 2010 withe The Adventures Of Bobby Ray, and while he dropped his No Genre 2 mixtape only a few months back, he's still got plenty planned for the near future.Today, he's shared a new 8-track project titled New Black -- a title given to him following some controversial tweets he sent out a few months back. Bobby Ray has decided to reclaim the term as his own, with this project being the first statement.
  • Spaghetti Junction
    Spaghetti Junction
    Every modern Atlanta artist has OutKast to thank in some way for their success -- once the duo won "Best new artist" at the 1995 Source Awards in NYC, and Andre 3000 proclaimed "The South got something to say," they had effectively set a whole, untapped hip-hop market in motion, and it continues to roll today. Scotty ATL clearly knows this, as his new tape shares its name with the eighth track on Stankonia. Cop Spaghetti Junction now. 
  • No Genre 2
    No Genre 2
    B.o.B is back, defying all genres with his No Genre 2 effort. After revealing the artwork and tracklist yesterday, as well as the music video for "Many Rivers," today we've received the full mixtape.
  • Fuck Em We Ball
    Fuck Em We Ball
    Listen to Fuck Em We Ball, the latest tape from B.o.B. It dropped on Thursday, November 15th, 2012. B.o.B's future brightens with every new release, and Fuck Em We Ball certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that B.o.B has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • EPIC: Every Play Is Crucial
    EPIC: Every Play Is Crucial
    These artists contributed to the mixtape: Playboy Tre, Meek Mill, Spodee, Roscoe Dash, 2 Chainz, T.I., Mos Def, Big Krit, Bun B, Future, Trae The Truth, Eminem, Lil Wayne. These producers soundtracked the project: Lil C, Ryan Tedder, by B.o.B & Kutta, B.o.B & Jim Jonsin, 7 King, Mike Caren, Davaughn, Dr. Luke, Jim Jonsin, The Aristrocrats. Can you appreciate the bars here?
  • No Genre
    No Genre
    These artists contributed to the mixtape: T.I., Spodee Prod, Playboy Tre, CyHi Da Prynce, Bun, T.I. Prod By JR Rotem, Donnis Prod By Dr Luke, Young Dro, T.I. Prod. Let us know what you think, folks. Make sure to visit our mixtape section to stream and/or download EPIC: Every Play Is Crucial, a tape released by B.o.B on Monday, November 28th, 2011. It features such cuts as Beast Mode Prod By Infinity, So So Prod By Jim Jonsin, How U Do That Prod By Kutta.
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